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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... arranged to meet at 11am for a cup of coffee at a local café. What I thought was going to be a pleasant hour long chat turned into a 4 hour in depth conversation! She is such a charming person; we have much in common, the foremost being our belief in the God of the Bible and his son, Jesus. Eventually I looked at my watch and it was 3pm! The time had flown by- I don’t think I have ever spoke with anyone for ...
... full day to enjoy the city before heading to the airport and will get the most out of it ((dog/horse show, art museum, outdoor market shopping). Our only regret is failing to go out to eat here at a single restaurant, but the girls at least got their fill of meat already, and that's the centerpiece of Argentinian cuisine.
Tonight's overnight flight will surely be the least pleasant of them all -- with our last-minute change we couldn't get ...
... force and scale. The viewing platforms allow you to look straight down and right into the mists and speculate if you'd ever come out again if you jumped in. There is loads of wildlife to be seen in and around the park, with large cats present (jaguars and pumas), various other mammals, countless exotic bird species and thousands and thousands of brightly coloured butterflies everywhere. We've never seen anything like it- we were surrounded by hundreds of differently ...
... the hostel desk guy, Sebastian, in a couple games of pool :) Actually he was pretty good and we came out about even. He introduced me to Argentine rules pool which had a nice little twist to it of getting two shots ball in hand after a scratch and having to put the 8 ball in the same pocket your last ball went in. Someone hanging out bought empanadas to share and we bought a couple of liters of Quilmes and had a great time. Side note, Sebastian was from Ecuador ...
... we tried to get back so we jumped on a bus. Here the freebie metro card ran out of juice and we were forced to scrounge together coins for the on board machine. Coins are nearly non existent here (and don't go higher than one peso) so we played the dumb gringo card until the driver finally relented. From the bus I was able to get a better taste of the city. The roads even right in the centre are really big - one I ...